Victor Moses is set for a reunion with his former manager Antonio Conte at Inter Milan.
The Nigerian international is currently on loan from Chelsea at the Turkish side Fenerbahçe, but they are willing to cancel that arrangement and head to Serie A instead.
Moses was a first-choice at Chelsea under Conte playing in a wing-back role, but then fell out of favour under his successor Maurizio Sarri, who preferred a flat back four. He was allowed to join the Super Lig side on an 18 month loan deal last January.
Inter are not prepared, at this stage, to sign him on a full time basis, but may revisit that agreement in the summer if Moses successfully adapts to the tactical formation that Conte prefers his side to adopt.
In that event, Inter may have to pay Chelsea a fee of £8.5 million to make the loan move permanent.
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